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Coral Beauty Angelfish Centropyge or bispinosus are members of the family Pomacanthidae. This species is native to the Indo-Pacific region, From East Africa to the Philippines. Most coral beauties available to the aquarium industry are from Fiji.

This fish honors your name. Their heads in the upper body and dorsal fin are bright blue or purple. This color fades in the transition from primary yellow or orange in the shade of pink in the center body. Thin vertical bands of color from the main body breaks down this transition. The pectoral fins are usually orange or yellow. Caudal and anal fins are blue or purple. All pectoral fins, but are often highlighted in blue neon. This species is also sold under the brand names Twospined Angel or Dusky Angelfish.

This is an excellent choice for amateur aquarists who want their own angel first. They all expect an exotic beauty of a marine fish. Which only grow to a length of 4-inch adult. So you do not need a large aquarium to house them. They can be reared in a tank of only 30 gallons. Most angels have a moderate to expert level of care (depending on the source of information). Coral Beauties are one of the toughest fish. These fish have an easy care level so they are ideal for novice saltwater aquariums. Despite size, most angelfish are labeled semi-aggressive. This species is one of the most peace-loving of all fish. You can pick on smaller fish or fighting with other similar looking species as mature but not prove, near instinctive territorial behavior of most of the angels. More experienced aquarists will enjoy the fact that this species reefs classified security if introduced to a marine environment, such as coral and well-fed juvenile as an adult. All these factors make the beauty of coral of the most popular and commonly kept in home aquariums scalar.

This is an omnivorous species. Juveniles feed mainly on plankton. The adult diet consists largely of algae. You will need to supply your aquarium with plenty of live rock cured to ensure the overall health of any fish angel marine. Corals, crustaceans, molluscs and worms are the rest of the food intake of an adult. That's why we want to introduce this species to a reef created when still minors. The trick is to get accustomed to aquarium foods and algae as total dietary intake before they develop their adult taste buds. Feeding should be done 2-3 times a day.

Like most angelfish, this is a hermaphroditic species. They are born of indeterminate sexuality. Then will develop in females. In a population composed exclusively of women, the larger, dominant fish will undergo a hormonal change until it becomes in a man.

Coral Beauties are one of the few marine species have been known to breed in home aquariums. Breeding is triggered by the release of a gamete, or sex cell, in the water. The presence of gamete make this species feel the urge to spawn. Spawning occurs shortly before dusk in the wild. In an aquarium spawning is so cyclical. Spawning will take place precisely one hour before the lights go out in a tank with a timer. The fact that the breeding habits of make the transition to captivity is truly phenomenal.

The procession begins with the handsome erratically around a pre-mating dance. Once that is attracted by the female companions of the view then start swimming side by side. The two then find the most turbulent in the aquarium. This is usually located next to the powerhead. The male rubs his nose against the side of the female. The woman responds by extending its fins in seductively and then running away, not to be considered as an easy target for male affection.

After finishing the rituals of courtship, the female will release a small group of eggs (usually 12-20) one at a time for fertilization. The eggs are left floating. Juveniles feed platonic. Fry should be fed newly hatched brine shrimp to increase your chance of survival.

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